Tourism Malaysia Launches Official Birding Website “www.birdsmalaysia.my

Tourism Malaysia has launched the Bird Malaysia website (www.birdsmalaysia.my) today at the 10th Asian Bird Fair 2019 in Kuching, Sarawak. With the cooperation of Ministry of Tourism, Arts & Culture Malaysia and Tourism Malaysia, Ecotourism Conservation Society of Malaysia (ECOMY) has developed and managed this website since March this year. It is the ideal platform for local birding operators to showcase and promote their ecotourism packages, in particular “bird watching”, both in Malaysia or overseas. In this website, more than 25 interesting packages have been offered at attractive prices by seven local birding operators with focus on birding activities, among which are “Birding @ Tabin”

Bird Enthusiasts are Sure to Delight​ from The Newly-Launched Official Birding Website in Malaysia

Birdwatching in Malaysia is a nature travel goal in itself in this country. As mentioned in our previously published article “Birdwatching In Malaysia: An Essential Guide“, there are more than a staggering 750 bird species in our jungles. To elevate the birdwatching experience in Malaysia, the official “Birds Malaysia” website is the ideal platform for enthusiasts to find and engage in all travel-and-birds related information and activities in the country. Birds Malaysia‘s information and travel packages are updated by professional birdwatching guides and leading bird experts and companies. Visitors to the website will be treated with extensive and comprehensive Birding Routes of Malaysia–th

Tourism Malaysia launches Bird Malaysia website

KUCHING: Tourism Malaysia has launched its first Bird Malaysia website (www.birdsmalaysia.my) as part of efforts to draw more tourists to visit Malaysia next year. The new travel tool was launched by Tourism Malaysia deputy director general Zulkifly Md Said during the 10th Asian Bird Fair 2019 at Kuching Waterfront, yesterday. According to Zulkifly, the website would serve as a platform for local birds enthusiasts to showcase and promote their ecotourism packages, in particular ‘bird watching’ or ‘birding tour’ or ‘bird photography’. “In this website, more than 25 interesting packages have been offered at attractive prices by seven local birds enthusiasts with special focus on birding activi

When it comes to tourism particularly birding, going digital is no exception.

There are around 1.9 billion websites currently on the Web. When it comes to tourism particularly birding, going digital is no exception. Yesterday, Tourism Malaysia’s Deputy Director General Zulkifly Md Said just launched the first-ever website solely dedicated to birding (birdsmalaysia.my) at Kuching Waterfront in conjunction with 10th Asian Bird Fair. This website serves as a tool for local service provides to promote more than 25 attractive birding packages, among which are ‘Birding in Niah & Ba’kelalan’ and ‘Birding in Mulu National Park’. It’s also the ideal platform for bird enthusiasts to share their knowledge, experiences and photos about different Malaysian bird species. Birding is

TOURISM MALAYSIA LAUNCHES OFFICIAL BIRDING WEBSITE “WWW.BIRDSMALAYSIA.MY”

KUCHING, SARAWAK, 29 SEPTEMBER 2019: Tourism Malaysia has launched the Bird Malaysia website (www.birdsmalaysia.my) today at the 10th Asian Bird Fair 2019 in Kuching, Sarawak. With the cooperation of Ministry of Tourism, Arts & Culture Malaysia and Tourism Malaysia, Ecotourism Conservation Society of Malaysia (ECOMY) has developed and managed this wbsite since March this year. It is the ideal platform for local birding operators to showcase and promote their ecotourism packages, in particular “bird watching”, both in Malaysia or overseas. In this website, more than 25 interesting packages have been offered at attractive prices by seven local birding operators with focus on birding activities

A walk on the ‘wild’ side

PETALING JAYA: With a wide variety of flora and fauna, Malaysia has numerous environmental organisations advocating for the protection of its rich biodiversity. The Ecotourism & Conservation Society of Malaysia (Ecomy) is doing just that but with a different spin as they specifically promote ecotourism. Its founder Andrew Sebastian said while there were many groups championing environmental causes, there was no organisation in Malaysia which was promoting ecotourism. The reason Ecomy decided to do so, he said, was that they believed more people would want to protect the country’s natural beauty once they got to know more. “People who are not aware of how beautiful our landscapes are

malaysiakini: Isu Jerebu: PH tak banyak beza dengan BN - Aktivis alam sekitar

Meskipun keadaan jerebu di negara semakin beransur pulih, aktivis alam sekitar membuat kesimpulan tiada perbezaan yang ketara antara kerajaan baru PH dan pentadbiran terdahulu BN dalam menangani isu jerebu yang hampir setiap tahun berlaku di negara ini. Bagi Presiden Pertubuhan Pelindung Khazanah Alam Malaysia (Peka) Shariffa Sabrina Syed Akil, kerajaan bukan sahaja gagal menangani secara cepat dan berkesan masalah jerebu tetapi juga isu-isu alam sekitar sedia ada. “Kita semua tahu jerebu disebabkan oleh pembakaran hutan untuk pembukaan tanaman sawit. Memang tak boleh nafikan lagi. Terima hakikat sebenarnya. “Apa yang berlaku sekarang penanaman sawit tidak sustainable (mampan) langsung. Hany

World Cleanup Day 2019

World Cleanup Day is a global social action program aimed at combating the global solid waste problem, The next World Cleanup Day is September 21, 2019. let's clean up this area together and hurry up!! participation for this activity is limited, and we're almost full.

Protect the species and places we love

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